NOAH results for November 11, 2017

Pro Wrestling NOAH “GLOBAL LEAGUE WAR 2017”, 11/11/2017 [Sat] 18:30 @ EDION ARENA Osaka, 2nd Stadium
545 Spectators (crowded)

() A BLOCK: Naomichi Marufuji vs. Yuji Okabayashi

(1) Hitoshi Kumano vs. Minoru Tanaka (FREE)
Winner: Minoru (7:53) with the Minoru Special.
(2) Yoshinari Ogawa & Hi69 vs. Hajime Ohara & Masao Inoue (FREE)
Winner: Hi69 (9:06) with the Stuka Splash.
(3) Muhammad Yone & Akitoshi Saito vs. Cody Hall & Sheldon Jean (Border City)
Winner: Yone (8:29) following the Kinniku Buster on Jean.
(4) Masa Kitamiya, Daisuke Harada & YO-HEY vs. Atsushi Kotoge, Tadasuke & HAYATA
Winner: Tadasuke (11:03) following the OutKast YO-HEY.
~ Tadasuke finally manages a solid win after the recent back-to-back falls against Harada.

(5) B BLOCK: Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Quiet Storm
Winner: Storm (11:39) following the 50cm Arm Lariat.
~ Quiet Storm [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ Katsuhiko Nakajima [3 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 7 point]
~ A huge win for Storm, as Nakajima is stopped in securing the lead in the league. Storm declared himself as the true “foreign ace” of NOAH.
(6) A BLOCK: Go Shiozaki vs. Maybach Taniguchi
Winner: No Winner/Foul (10:25) via double ring out.
~ Go Shiozaki [4 wins, 1 bye, 1 loss, 1 foul = 10 points]
~ Maybach Taniguchi [1 bye, 2 losses, 3 fouls = 2 points]
~ Shiozaki ends his run in the league at 10 points and the current leading spot. Though Marufuji and or Kitamiya still have a chance to overtake him in points.

(7) Naomichi Marufuji & Takashi Sugiura vs. Daisuke Sekimoto & Takuya Nomura (both BJW)
Winner: Sugiura (17:01) following the Olympic Qualifying Slam on Takuya.
~ Following the match, respect was shown between Marufuji and Sugiura.

(8) B BLOCK: Kenoh vs. Masato Tanaka (ZERO1)
Winner: Kenoh (19:21) following a Diving Foot Stomp.
~ Kenoh [4 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 9 points]
~ Masato Tanaka [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
~ Kenoh secures the top spot in the B BLOCK, as Tanaka also finally agreed to a potential alliance with Kenoh in the future.

Current Standings

A BLOCK

~ Go Shiozaki [4 wins, 1 bye, 1 loss, 1 foul = 10 points]
~ Naomichi Marufuji [3 wins, 1 draw, 1 bye, = 9 points]
~ Masa Kitamiya [3 wins, 1 bye, 1 loss, 1 foul = 8 points]
~ Mitsuya Nagai [2 wins, 1 bye, 3 losses, 1 foul = 6 points]
~ Cody Hall [2 wins, 1 bye, 4 losses = 6 points]
~ Muhammad Yone [1 win, 1 draw,  1 bye, 4 losses = 5 points]
~ Maybach Taniguchi [1 bye, 2 losses, 3 fouls = 2 points]
~ Yuji Okabayashi [withdraw due to injury, 7 losses]

B BLOCK

~ Kenoh [4 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 9 points]
~ Masato Tanaka [4 wins, 2 losses = 8 points]
~ Katsuhiko Nakajima [3 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss = 7 point]
~ Atsushi Kotoge [3 wins, 2 losses = 6 points]
~ Yuko Miyamoto [3 wins, 4 losses = 6 points]
~ Akitoshi Saito [2 wins, 3 losses = 4 points]
~ Quiet Storm [3 wins, 3 losses = 6 points]
~ KAZMA SAKAMOTO [1 win, 6 losses = 2 points]

NOAH Event Cards for September & October 2017

Previous Results

~ 10/14 Day 1 [RESULTS]
~ 10/15 Day 2 [RESULTS]
~ 10/21 Day 3 [RESULTS]
~ 10/22 Day 4 [RESULTS]
~ 10/24 Day 5 [RESULTS]
~ 10/28 Day 6 [RESULTS]
~ 10/29 Day 7 [RESULTS]
~ 11/3 Day 8 [RESULTS]
~ 11/5 Day 9 [RESULTS]
~ 11/6 Day 10 [RESULTS]
~ 11/7 Day 11 [RESULTS]
~ 11/11 Day 12 * Above
~ 11/12 Day 13
~ 11/14 Day 14
~ 11/19 Day 15 Final

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